Kensington and Chelsea
Office space in Kensington and Chelsea is some of London's finest. The area is blessed with a wealth of fantastic options, ranging from the classy Victorian-fronted buildings, which are so often associated with Chelsea, to modern office blocks with masses of floor space and modernistic glass facades.
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About Kensington and Chelsea
As well as being considered two of London’s most affluent boroughs, and being home to a significant amount of commercial property, Kensington and Chelsea are also have an electric range of tourist attractions.
Not only are these tourist attractions incredibly varied, they’re also some of best that the capital has to offer. The Natural History Museum and the Science Museum are just two of the most popular located in Kensington. Stamford Bridge, the home stadium of Chelsea FC, is located on the outskirts of Chelsea, whilst the iconic Royal Albert Hall is also situated in the area.
In keeping with its image of glitz and affluence, Sloane Street is regarded as one of the homes of high end fashion. It features some of the biggest names; Dior, Chanel, Prada and Louis Vuitton to name a few. Visitors can also shop at the hugely popular upmarket department store Harrods, which is located in Brompton.
One of the many great examples of office space in Kensington and Chelsea is Northcliffe House. This building is the home of some of the British newspaper industry’s most prestigious names, including The Independent, Evening Standard and the Daily Mail.
The picturesque gardens – such as the Albert Bridge Gardens in Chelsea and the Kensington Gardens – should act as a further incentive to explore the area. These wonderful open spaces make perfect picnic spots.
The area is well served by transport routes, naturally making it easy for workers to commute. There are a total of 12 tube stations. Six of the 12 London Underground lines are situated within its 12-square kilometre radius, whilst the A4 road that crosses through Kensington provides access to London’s thriving central area, as well as Heathrow Airport, which offers international travellers easy access in and out the of the country.
Situated in the second wealthiest borough in England, behind Westminster, Kensington and Chelsea office buildings are an attractive proposition for companies. To begin your search for offices to rent in this area, simply click on the map above.